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The fine art of stretching subscription dollars

If you’re not a paying subscriber, you haven’t yet had the chance to read The Food Section’s Wednesday edition, a weekly compilation of columns about new restaurants, upcoming food festivals, and obscure food stories culled from the collections of small Southern museums. While the featured places span the whole of The Food Section’s coverage map, the format is a rough approximation of what I seek out when I roll into a new town.

For instance, when I recently drove through Bishopville, South Carolina 30 minutes before the South Carolina Cotton Museum opened, I felt like I had to bide time until I could get inside (Turns out the museum is also home to the world’s greatest archive of Lizard Man memorabilia: Paid subscribers will get all the details in a forthcoming Wednesday column.)

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